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    • Jar

    • A Native American jar found in Montezuma, Colorado. The jar was used to carry water, and feature a flared rim and a handle strap. The designs on the jar are hatching, turkey foot tracks and a key.
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    • [between 1000 and 1300]
    • Jar

    • A Native American Zuni Indian jar with images of frogs and birds; designs elements include crooks, triangles and other geometric shapes. The images are painted on in colors of red, brown and dark brown. The jar is a molded pottery piece.
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    • [between 1900 and 1920]
    • Water jar

    • Shows a Native American (Zuni) water jar. The jar has a wide mouth; an image of the Rainbird, hatching, spiral and line designs are painted with yellow-white slip and dark brown and red paint.
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    • [between 1890 and 1920]
    • Water jar

    • Shows a Native American (Zuni) water jar with black and red on white coloring. Designs on the jar include crook, arrow, stripe, triangle, diagonal, bow, horn and feather.
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    • [between 1880 and 1920]
    • 300 choice recipes

    • Cookbook created by the Ladies of the First Baptist Church in Denver, Colorado. Included in the cookbook are various recipes and household tips provided by the ladies.
    • First Baptist Church (Denver, Colo.)
    • 1892
    • Mesa Verde, excavations

    • Deric Nusbaum, Jesse's stepson, uses a brush to clean the dirt from a pottery water jar found in the ruins of the Bone Awl House, a cliff dwelling in Mesa Verde National Park. Deric wears a large sweater, a wool hat and gloves and a respirator over...
    • Nusbaum, Jesse L. (Jesse Logan)
    • [1926?]
    • Park Hill Topics Volume 4 No. 14

    • A weekly newspaper distributed to the residents of the Park Hill neighborhood. This contains articles about neighborhood events, news, and gossip. As well as advertisements for local businesses.
    • Steele, Alfred
    • 1936 April 3
    • Jar and bottle dealer

    • Interior view of a business in Denver, Colorado; shows a Black man, a desk, a telephone, a shelf of bottles, and cardboard boxes: "Golden State Mason Fruit Jar," and "Glass Smalleys Royal."
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    • [between 1910 and 1915?]
    • Jar

    • Shows a ceramic jar (Native American Acoma) withe red, yellow and black on Gray-White coloring and hatched markings. The subjects in the design; band, rosette, dot, deer, hook, leaf and checker pattern.
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    • 1920
    • Jar

    • Shows a Native American (Laguna) ceramic jar with a cream background, red and black designs and black base. Design images include stepped lines, cross hatching, dots and triangles.
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    • [between 1890 and 1924]
    • Jar

    • Shows a Native American (Zuni) Redware jar with a high shoulder; geometric zoned X and V designs are painted in white, black and red slip.
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    • [between 1880 and 1920]
    • Water jar

    • Shows a Native American (Zuni) water jar. Designs include scallops, lines, hooks, hatches, cross hatches, stepped triangles, circles, pedal, deer motif, bird, and medallion. Colors are painted in dark red and black paint and cream color slip.
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    • [between 1890 and 1920]
    • Water jar

    • Shows a Native American (Zuni) water jar with a wide mouth and triangle and line designs. The designs are painted in yellow-white slip and dark brown and red paint.
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    • [between 1890 and 1920]
    • Jar

    • Native American (Laguna) earthenware jar with triangle, hatched band, and inverted swastika design; brown, orange and red paint over cream color with red interior.
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    • [between 1880 and 1920]
    • Jar

    • Native American (Zuni) earthenware jar with terrace design in brown and red paint over cream slip.
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    • [between 1880 and 1920]
    • Water jar

    • Shows a Native American (Zuni) water jar with black, orange and white coloring on the outside and black on the inside. Painted images include a band, spirit break, thunder knife [?], feather [?] and crook.
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    • [between 1880 and 1900]
    • Apache Indian wick-i-up, Arizona

    • View of two Native American Apache women outside their cloth covered wickiups in a camp in Arizona. They wear print skirts, blouses and shawls and hold baskets. A basket, pitch covered basket jar, metal coffee pot, cup, can, and a horse show in the...
    • Rose, Noah H.
    • 1880
    • Cabin at Rugby, Colo.

    • A woman stands near her one-room house at the coal camp of Rugby (Las Animas County), Colorado. The woman wears a blouse with a ruffle and a skirt. A tin, jar, and sugar bowl sit on a shelf near a window. A barrel sits outside the door and a coal...
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    • [between 1890 and 1910?]
    • Olla

    • Shows a Native American (Zuni) Olla (Water jar). It has a constricted neck and black and red on cream coloring. Designs painted on the olla include Rainbird, scroll, stepped line, terrace, hatching, framing line and triangle.
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    • [between 1880 and 1900]
    • Native American women cook outdoors

    • Native American (Plains) women cook outdoors over a fire. One woman sits on a blanket and rolls a piece of dough with a jar. Another woman stands nearby. The woman, who sits, wears a knit hat and a dress; the other woman wears beaded moccasins, a...
    • Colorado Photo Co.
    • [between 1880 and 1910?]
    • Tonto camp, San Carlos

    • View of Native American San Carlos Apache women and children outside their cloth covered wickiups, San Carlos, Arizona, includes cooking pots, pans, a pitch covered basket jar, and a burro.
    • Randall, A. Frank.
    • [between 1883 and 1888?]
    • Meal wagon, woman & baby

    • A woman holds a baby in her lap while she stirs the contents of a large jar (pottery). She is seated in front of a meal wagon; in front of her is a log, debris and a coffee pot.
    • Buckwalter, Harry H.
    • [between 1900 and 1910]
    • Dr. Clock Pharmacy

    • The interior of a soda fountain in Brighton, Colorado, includes men posing among barstools and chairs of twisted wire. A glass jar on a table holds straws. The fountain on the bar has a domed, fringed, petaled shade, and the mirrored, wooden...
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    • 1926
    • Manitou Cliff Dwellings Museum

    • Pueblo Native Americans (possibly San Juan) pose at the Manitou Cliff Dwellings Museum, Manitou Springs, Colorado. The men and boys wear feather headdresses, cotton shirts, leggings and breechcloths; women wear mantas; one balances a pottery jar on...
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    • [between 1915 and 1925?]
    • Squaw & water bottle

    • Portrait of a Native American woman wearing a blanket and looking into a bottle or jar shaped basket.
    • Buckwalter, Harry H.
    • [between 1901 and 1906?]
    • Future homemakers at High School, 1941

    • Girls in aprons stand at tables inside a classroom at Alamosa High, Alamosa County, Colorado. Front table has tub of "Crisco," covered tin of sugar, vanilla bottle, milk jar, flour sifter, bowl and hand beaters, "Calumet" baking powder and "Betty...
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    • 1941
    • "Nal-Tzuck-chi" Apache squaw, spy in Chiricahua campaign

    • Seated studio portrait of Nal-Tzuck-ich, (Cut Nose) a Native American Chiricahua Apache woman posed wearing a ruffled skirt and polka-dot blouse, with a beaded bag, prop cactus and a pitch covered basket jar. The fleshy part of her nose has been...
    • Randall, A. Frank.
    • 1883
    • Anasazi pottery

    • View of reconstructed Native American (Anasazi Pueblo) pottery; one bowl and one jar with painted decoration.
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    • [between 1900 and 1940?]
    • Anasazi pottery

    • View of Anasazi Pueblo Native American pot and jar.
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    • [between 1900 and 1940?]
    • Basket

    • A (Native American Apache) coiled basket used as a storage jar; made from willow, rod foundation, Devil's claw and light brown and black coloring. It's decorated with checkerboard, triangle, zigzag, band and line designs.
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    • [between 1870 and 1900]
    • Apache fiddler

    • Seated studio portrait of an unidentified Native American Apache man posed with a stringed instrument, prop brush, rocks, baskets, and a pitch covered basket jar. He wears a long shirt, leggings, ammunition belt, moccasins and a headband.
    • Randall, A. Frank.
    • [between 1883 and 1888?]
    • Interior of a parlor

    • Interior view of a parlor in Leadville, Colorado; shows an ornate combination book case with a beveled mirror, a writing desk and a library case filled with glasses, a decanter, liquor bottles, a vase, and photographs. The writing desk has a open...
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    • [between 1890 and 1900?]
    • Dalgleish Studio

    • Interior view of George Dalgleish's photography studio in Georgetown, Colorado. Front room has ornate Victorian wall papers, floral linoleum floor, cast iron stove with a wood box, hanging bookshelf lined with books, a writing desk and a office...
    • Graham, Frank.
    • [between 1892 and 1901]
    • An Apache family in winter

    • Studio portrait of a Native American Apache family, a mother, two daughters, and a son wrapped in woven blankets and wearing moccasins; the mother holds a pitch covered basket jar.
    • Kohlberg & Hopkins.
    • [between 1880 and 1890?]
    • Apache Indian maiden

    • Standing studio portrait of an unidentified Native American Apache woman posed with a pitch covered basket jar and other baskets; she wears a dress with a fringed buckskin poncho with tin cones and a necklace.
    • Randall, A. Frank.
    • [between 1883 and 1888?]
    • San Carlos Apache woman

    • Standing studio portrait vignette of a Native American San Carlos Apache woman posed in profile carrying a pitch covered basket jar with a head strap and wearing patterned blouse and skirt; props include baskets, cactus and brush.
    • Randall, A. Frank.
    • [between 1883 and 1888?]
    • Unidentified Apache women

    • Standing studio portrait vignette of two Native American Apache women; one seated holding a basket, one standing in profile wearing a buckskin poncho with fringe and tin cones. Props include cactus, brush, baskets and a pitched basket jar.
    • Randall, A. Frank.
    • [between 1883 and 1888?]
    • Chlorinator at N.S. Marston

    • View of a municipal water chlorination system at Marston Reservoir (North Side) in the Marston Neighborhood of Denver, Colorado; shows a glass bulb, bell jar, valves, pipes, and a reflection in a window.
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    • [between 1930 and 1935?]
    • Oraibi cistern

    • A Native American (Hopi) woman fills water jars at a cistern, Oraibi Pueblo, Third Mesa, Arizona. She wears a woven mantle and manta and holds a stick, with a jar attached, in her hand.
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    • [between 1880 and 1900?]
    • Olla

    • Native American (Zuni) earthenware water jar; dark brown and pink patterns on a cream background include: rainbird, hatched lines, hook, step, and triangle.
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    • [between 1880 and 1900]
    • Olla

    • Native American (Zuni) earthenware water jar with high shoulder, short neck and wide mouth; rim and upper band almost obliterated. Patterns include: cloud, lightning, hatching, and step in a black and red paint over white background.
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    • [between 1900 and 1920]
    • Olla

    • Native American (Zuni) earthenware water jar with triangle, hatched, hook, and zigzag patterns in a brownish-black and red paint over white slip.
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    • [between 1900 and 1930?]
    • Basket

    • Shows a coiled basket of the Native American Apache from the San Carlos Reservation. It features a rod, welt (weft?) foundation, devil's claw and line, zig-zag and diamond designs. The basket was used as a water jar.
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    • [between 1890 and 1910]
    • Gun Club in City Park, Pueblo, Colorado 1938

    • Vigas top the open porch of this one-story adobe clubhouse in Pueblo, Colorado. An earthen jar tops the building's corner; bird and other motifs are carved in the upper front wall. Raw stone frames the entry, which is flanked by double-hung...
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    • 1938
    • Olla

    • Native American (Zuni) earthenware water jar with step, lightning, hatching, scroll, and rain cloud patterns in black and red paint on white.
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    • [between 1880 and 1920?]
    • Rocky Mountain News interior - art room?

    • Interior view of an art office at the Rocky Mountain News in Denver, Colorado; men work at drawing tables, and the walls are covered in fashion advertisements, portraits, cartoons, and an image of the Colorado State Capitol building. A jar of...
    • Buckwalter, Harry H.
    • 1902, January
    • Mr. Ferris Cassius

    • Interior view of City Park Sundries at 2101 York Street in the City Park West neighborhood, Denver, Colorado. Mr. Ferris Cassius, an African American, the proprietor of City Park Sundries, draws a beverage from the soda fountain behind the...
    • Noel, Thomas J. (Thomas Jacob)
    • 1976
    • Navajo mother and child

    • A Native American woman holds a baby and stirs liquid in a pottery water jar in a camp. She wears a dress, wide leather belt and blanket. A covered wagon is nearby.
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    • [between 1890 and 1910?]
    • Olla

    • Shows a Native American (Zuni) olla, a large bulbous, usually wide mouthed vessel used as a water jar. Designs on the vessel include deer, hooks, hatching, cross hatching and triangles.
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    • [between 1880 and 1900]

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